EAGAN, Minn., Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PMAC Lending Services is proud to announce that AllRegs, the leading information provider for the mortgage industry, will publish its lending library of correspondent lending guides.
PMAC Lending Services will now leverage the AllRegs technology platform and publishing expertise to manage and maintain its product guides and correspondent seller's guide. Users will benefit from a variety of productivity tools, including an electronic Table of Contents tree with links to guidelines, a robust search engine that features a thesaurus with industry jargon and relative matching results, PMAC Lending Services staff and business partners will be able to access content through the online Lending Libraries, including product guides, exhibits and seller's guide.
In addition, the PMAC Lending Services libraries feature a Recent Updates section and Latest News announcements delivered via E-Alerts, to notify users of changes to content.
"Our proprietary AllRegs publishing system provides a robust resource for delivering content and searching product guides and related content," says Dan Thoms, Executive Vice President of AllRegs. "We at AllRegs are very excited to help PMAC Lending Services provide their staff and business partners with a resource that will streamline their business processes and increase productivity."
"PMAC is known for leveraging technology to improve the customer experience in every area of the business," said Thomas Palmer, Executive Vice President of Correspondent Lending Division of PMAC Lending Services. "Streamlining product guidelines and offerings through our partnership with AllRegs is yet another way we endeavor to bring efficiencies, speed, and accuracy to our staff, our clients and their customers. As part of the recently launched PMAC Correspondent Division, centralized in Columbia, SC, we are pleased to announce our ability to now leverage AllRegs."
For more information about AllRegs and its publishing services, visit www.allregs.com or contact AllRegs at (800) 848-4904, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. CT.
About PMAC Lending Services
PMAC Lending Services, Inc. is headquartered Chino Hills, California. Independent and locally owned, PMAC Lending Services has grown into a premier mortgage servicer, supplying and delivering quality servicing to our customers in various regions of the United States.
Founded in 1995 by mortgage-industry veterans, our lending arm, PMAC Lending Services, Inc. is also headquartered in Chino Hills. The lending arm is focused on providing home loans to communities throughout the United States, offering a variety of conventional loan programs that include Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Our mortgage banking professionals are fully supported with the latest technology, extensive training and competitive loan programs so we can find the right loan to fit your goals and situation. www.pmacms.com
First introduced in 1989, AllRegs is used by virtually all of the top 100 lenders as well as throughout numerous governmental agencies, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the FHLBs, FHA, VA, RHS, Ginnie Mae, and more. AllRegs is the exclusive electronic publisher of the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Single and Multi-Family Seller/Servicer Guides and The Federal Home Loan Banks' MPF Program Guidelines. Products include single and multifamily underwriting & insuring guidelines as well as federal compliance laws and regulations, state compliance laws and regulations with plain-language analyses, contract publishing services, policy manuals and a library of historical guidelines. The educational division, AllRegs Academy, offers virtual and live training, as well as designation and practical guides. The Professional Services Group develops custom guides, policy manuals and other documents on a contract basis. For more information, call (800) 848-4904 or go to www.allregs.com.
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